This is a passionate plea for Africans home and abroad to seize the times, unite and change their conditions permanently. A tribute and a call to recognise our beauty and our ever going doom and how to mitigate it in the fullness of time.
“Medical xenophobia” is a real issue in South Africa’s public health system. There are many forms of discrimination motivated by hostility to the patient based on their national origins, which are considered a form of xenophobic violence.
A lack of principled consistency in solving conflicts makes Africa’s non-aligned position look like short-sighted opportunism.
Mbeki has successfully transitioned from being an old horse of South Africa’s governing ANC to a highly venerated and in-demand African elder statesman.
The ruling party still sees the world as a battleground between neo-liberalism and revolutionary progressivism.
Despite being almost erased from history, Sithole’s ideas are still relevant today.
The PAP’s failure to elect a president for over a year further undermined its already doubtful legitimacy.
A new collection of essays uses the works of the psychiatrist and radical political philosopher to explore how a community’s language and capacity for thought and wit threaten the state.
A gold-capped tooth which is all that remains of assassinated Pan-Africanist Patrice Lumumba, has been handover to his family by the Belgium government. After 61 years, the former Prime Minister can finally be laid to rest, and the full breadth of his execution has been laid bare for the world to see.